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Here these are things like Magic Mountain and Cancer Ward and Metamorphosis, and more.
I never stop reading books, no matter how uninteresting, but I just couldn't get into it and struggled constantly to figure out what was happening.
If nothing else, for me the novel captures not what it's like to be a writer, but what it's like to be a writer who can't write.
I have enjoyed tremendously all of Roth's books charting the adventures of Nathan Zuckerman but this one has been my least favorite. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lyn
After you've managed to become successful, achieve fame, and tangentially stuff your parents into guilt-encrusted wheelbarrows and push them all the way down the road that we all... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael Battaglia
Roth's alter ego Zuckerman is flat on his bag, unable to work and write. He is attended to by four different women each of whom he is having an affair with. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Shalom Freedman
This is definitely the weakest of the books in the first Zuckerman trilogy. While Zuckerman Unbound is extremely self-indulgent, that's true of most of Roth's work, and Unbound... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Michael Taylor
"The Anatomy Lesson" (1983) is the third of a trilogy of Philip Roth novels about an American Jewish novelist, Nathan Zuckerman. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Robin Friedman
I must say, I never got engrossed in the book. I never stop reading books, no matter how uninteresting, but I just couldn't get into it and struggled constantly to figure out what... Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by Zo
In THE ANATOMY LESSON, Nathan Zuckerman, the author of the notorious best-seller "Carnovksy" suffers from an incapacitating pain in the neck. Read morePublished on May 21, 2010 by Ethan Cooper
The third of the Zuckerman novels was my favorite. I found it very, very funny.
Nathan Zuckerman, has pain and a major writer's block. Read more